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Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 7:00pm EST
a member of the obama-biden transition team and is currently the president of a bipartisan public affairs company. thanks for coming on tonight. we have to start with the breaking news, your reaction to the death of nelson mandela. >> at this moment in washington, we are talking a lot about leadership. you look at his qualities as a leader, perseverance, determination, the gratitude, the forgiveness. these are attributes that are so compelling and to have them reside in one man over 95 years is just extraordinary. absolutely extraordinary. >> why are they missing in present-day washington? >> boy. it's an unfair mark to compare anyone to nelson. he is just in such a different league. one can certainly help as world leaders travel for the funeral that they have time to reflect and think about his qualities and what made him so remarkable over such a long time. >> let's talk about present day. the obama administration warning about the lapse in unemployment benefits saying it may cost as many as 240,000 jobs but there's another side to the argument. should benefits and? when should
Bloomberg
Dec 4, 2013 7:00pm EST
into patent controls. the bill is expected to pass. on the eighth day of hanukkah, president obama will host not the one but two receptions at the white house. that does it for looking ahead. >> thank you. it is time now for "hot shots," a look at the most compelling images of the day. the official world cup ball has been revealed in rio. took 2.5 years of testing. it is a term used to refer to brazilians living abroad and is five --ng used to do described national pride. traditionals bracelets worn in brazil. want to be lucky in 2014? the u.s. treasury can lend you a hand. it is printing lucky money to mark the chinese year of the horse. the uncirculated one dollar bills will have a serial number beginning with 8888. in chinese culture, the number eight is considered auspicious as it sounds like the word that means a wealth. the lucky dollar bill is on sale , 595 each. speaking of lucky, here is a lucky shot. the harlem growth -- harlem globe trotter broke the record for the longest basketball shot. he threw the ball across the court and sunk it in the opposite basket. ok. you can
Bloomberg
Dec 10, 2013 6:00am EST
would be the steps for the u.s. government when it happens. >> richard falkenrath, thank you for your perspective. rock obama shaking hands with raul castro. is 100 years old and it cost many millions to restore and modernize. the other option is to build a brand-new stadium, $450 million cost to taxpayers. our next guest is a partner at innovative sports entertainment and he watches the new york rangers win the stanley cup as president of madison square garden. >> will not see it this year. >> let's not go there. as you look at the new stadiums being built, much on the public time, who is demanding the creation of these new arenas? team owner. obviously in certain markets the only way to get a new facility is to get a mixture of the team owner, public and private. we had facilities built in new york in the past five years where there was no public money involved -- >> that it does cause the public. >> it does. certainly in atlanta. atlanta is putting up about half the money on a public basis. the public is going to have to repay the debt, the principal, there will be incremental taxe
Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 7:00pm EST
always good to have you on the broadcast. thank you for your time tonight. >> thank you. >> when bottom line continues, encore, your guide to the biggest newsmakers of the week. we'll be right back. ♪ 3, two, one. >> president obama and the first family throwing the switch, lighting be national christmas tree. it bade it in light. the president then later singled -- mandela,andel a the beloved seven everton leader. he said, he blessed us with tremendous grace and courage. we are all privileged to live in a world touched by his goodness. the national christmas tree, it was lit tonight in washington. you encore. the most notable newsmakers from the past week, on bottom line. >> we are a long way from seeing successful logging in, making counts, getting the right information to the insurers, getting something appropriate. it would be premature for anyone to declare bakery. a lot of this is not functional. 40% of it needs to be crated from scratch. insurers are worried about their ability to get the right information. consumers may be giving it a second shot. that doesn't mean we're not -
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 7:00pm EST
american airlines. after completing the merger with us airways, a new by at deutsche bank. >> thank you. the senate returns from recess. iran'se back some of nuclear, they are asking for a new round of economic sanctions against the islamic republic. president obama said he is committed to continued diplomatic efforts to resolve tensions over iran's program even as he puts the odds know better at 50%. ra joins me. good to see you. the president put the odds at 50-50. john kerry said he is unconvinced that i run a leaders -- iran's leaders will make the hard decisions to reach a final nuclear of court. what is the point of the talks? >> what you saw from president obama and secretary kerry was refreshing candor in authority at the state and pragmatism. nobody is saying the deal is perfect and will succeed, it simply the alternative available. of the options on the table, the only thing that could work right now. it is going to be a better solution than simply imposing economic cost that cannot change iranian hater. >> limited sanctions as part of the preliminary accord. what is he going
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 2:00am EST
backing off and waiting for mitigation like the united states. >> thank you so much for all of that analysis. turning to technology. technology countries have called on president obama and congress -- onose greater surveillance. >> they want to governments not just the u.s. government to change the way they carry out their electronic surveillance programs. of theiggest -- eight biggest companies have signed a letter to president obama and congress that will go in the papers today. they have done this before. the difference is they are more angry. it is a populist tone. that are more specific. one thing they want is to limit the government authority to collect user information stop we heard the google ceo and he is quoted in the letter and he said, we have been tried to off our game with encryption to protect user data. whenever government is taking a information, that is not worth a whole lot. he is talking about a program called muscular when we had the smiley face emoticon under the nsa slide that indicated exactly how the nsa is collecting data from google and yahoo! where their
Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 3:00pm EST
. we're going to lever it there. lazear.u so much, ed >> thanks for having me on. >> now, a large part of obama p.r. problems that has stemmed from the website. to debug thets exchange, the poll reveals americans aren't buying it. us rightrett joins here. congressman, welcome. >> good to be with you. the numbers byn you. 52% of americans that were polled are in favor of scaling or repealing the healthcare law. than thepoints worse 50% back in october. what do you think is holding the here?ent back what's really going on in terms -- question.a good >> in terms of the sentiment that's so negative right now. expect that question. that's a good question. what's holding him back? i guess it's an idea logically agenda by the president. you're right, the majority of the americans don't trust the administration. the majority of the americans don't believe what the administration is saying. ofyou say, the majority americans want the affordable healthcare act delayed or put with. done away >> though, actually, in fairness, representative, it's not a majority. actually only 51%, 52%. 3% margin of er
Bloomberg
Dec 10, 2013 8:00am EST
obama signed it. i do not want to shut down the government. >> thank you for joining us. ron johnson of the wisconsin. we have more great guest ahead. we are going to be talking to and how it ismens dealing with the uncertainties in washington. our dentures in bitcoin. yesterday, matt miller bought a coin. we will show you what he has been buying with it. >> he stiffed me yesterday on lunch. >> we will tell you what he bought. ♪ >> you are watching "in the loop." step,t, the fed's next is big industrial company overhauling its operations, cutting 15,000 jobs, restructuring and selling units. a new ceo took over. siemens largest market, 52,000 people in the u.s.. joining us is aaron spiegel. -- eric spiegel. you involved in a restructuring going on at siemens. >> a lot of the decisions have been announced and we are executing here. we have sold off some businesses which were significant businesses in the u.s. we have to adjust to that. of new companies coming in. we have acquired new businesses in the u.s.. -- quite a bit of time making those things happen. >> when you hear 15,000 job
Bloomberg
Dec 10, 2013 6:00pm EST
have to be our christmas party. thank you all for watching. we will see you back here tomorrow. ♪ >> from bloomberg world headquarters in new york, i am mark crumpton. this is "the bottom line." in south obama speaks africa at an emotional memorial service for nelson mandela. u.s. regulators approve the poker rule in an effort to make and we go inside of the c suite at the new cadillac. to our viewers here in the united states, and those of you joining us from around the world, welcome. do we have full coverage of the stocks and stories making headli
Bloomberg
Dec 10, 2013 4:00am EST
patron viewed. barack obama and many other world leaders are in attendance. ♪ >> welcome back to "the pulse." we are live from bloomberg's london headquarters. heston blumenthal is the owner of the fat duck. thank you for sticking around. let's talk about some of the sensory industries and how technology affects how we deal with food. you have become a scientist especially -- essentially. i went into some amazing restaurants in france and all of the things i remember, the sound of the crickets, the smell of the lavender. carving legs of lamb at the table, it was like falling down a rabbit hole into wonderland. i read a book about the science of cooking. in his book, he said browning your mean does not keep in the juices. i thought about it, and thought that is really obvious. i then questioned everything. it was that mind that led to all of those things. cooking and eating involves all of the senses, and i found myself in this crossroad. i did a demo in spain in 2003. it was a multisensory experience. somebody said i just care about the food. you cannot take that approach. if you
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